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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... picked up a brochure and thought it might be a good thing to hear an African choir singing....the brochure mentioned something in Italian about Democratic Republic of Congo....what was lost in translation was that the proceeds of the performance were going towards building a well in the Democratic Republic of Congo, I think the choir were members of the local parish.....We didn't stay long.
... br> Sat in the shade on the city wall and enjoyed the breeze, reading and watching the world go by.
In the evening, cycled to our first Puccini concert in the Basilica di San Giovanni. An open church with faded frescoes, assorted columns and marble decoration. A pianoforte was in front of the backing panels which bore larger than life pictures ...
... bits of broken tortilla chips, with some Luke warm squeeze cheese on them. Classy pt 2 :-/ Then went to see Florence Duomo - decided to queue to climb up to the Dome. After 10 mins+ queuing, a guide came down the line to say must have bought ticket before admittance, which was not mentioned on the 'queue here' sign! This meant leaving the queue to try to find said ticket office that was vaguely pointed in the direction of, ...
... so we had plans to go there for our last evening in Florence
This was and amazing day trip. We saw two lovely cities in one day. Ideally if we had more time we would of liked to of done at least a day in each of them but none the less we were happy of what we had seen. By this point of our trip we were already planning were we wanted to go next in Italy.
We enjoyed Lucca, we thought it was a little cute city which ...
... some great pics of the Tuscan countryside. A must do stop was to a famous ice cream parlour. It has won all these famous awards and lived up to expectations
In the evening we again went out of town to a hilltop restaurant run by a well known local chef who turns on the Tuscan tucker and makes his own wines. We were greeted with his version of blue champagne. The evening was delicious and we tried lots of new and interesting local foods complete with ...